You’re invited to Wassail – A beloved Chapman University tradition

November 25, 2015 by Dean Giulio Ongaro, Ph.D. | Arts and Culture

By Giulio Ongaro I have had a career as faculty member in musicology, and later as administrator, at three previous institutions in the United States, but I was born and brought up in Venice, Italy, where my upbringing included a lot of exposure to all the performing and visual arts.  I have spent the last

CUPA-HR conference brings new ideas to Chapman

November 20, 2015 by | Campus Life

Chapman University recently hosted the CUPA-HR SoCal Chapter conference on campus, welcoming dozens of human resources professionals in the field of higher education.  CUPA-HR provides leadership on higher education workplace issues in the U.S. and abroad, monitoring trends, exploring emerging workforce issues, conducting research and promoting strategic discussions among colleges and universities.   CUPA-HR represents more

The impact of Paris Chapman scholars explore societal effects and urge a measured response in the wake of the terrorist attacks

November 20, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

At the start of the semester, Muzammil Siddiqi, Ph.D., told the 19 Chapman University students in his Religious Studies course that beyond discussions of what constitutes a true religion, he wanted them to know “what is true about Islam.” Now he wants everyone to know what is false about the terrorists who killed 130 people

For these six tips to improve holiday harmony, we are grateful

November 20, 2015 by | Science and Health

Chances are you don’t really want your family’s Thanksgiving to look like that iconic Normal Rockwell painting. It’s lovely. But seriously, for people sitting down to plain celery, ice water and what is probably an overdone bird, those folks are way too chipper. But Americans do attach a lot of hopeful expectations to Thanksgiving, along